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Saturday, August 31, 2019

ENNEAGRAM – A BENEFIT Or A BANE: A TTUF Investigation, PARTS I and II


By James Fire

PART ONE:

The LORD Jesus Christ in warning against false prophets told us that good trees don’t bear corrupt fruit; nor do corrupt trees bring forth good fruit. Obviously, false prophets are corrupt trees in this parable that cannot bring forth good fruit. And we are to discern (“judge”) such fruit as to its quality – either good or corrupt (MATT 7:15-20).

There are so many ‘fads’ (to put it mildly) and so-called ‘new (read that false) revelations’ (to put it bluntly) coming into the church, it’s a wonder that there are any vestiges of true Christianity to be found anywhere in churches today!
This article is an expose on this methodology and discipline known as the Enneagram. I came across a video on my Facebook newsfeed and being curious about it, viewed the presentation. Needless to say, I felt a need to address this as it’s quickly becoming a phenomenon, embraced by Roman Catholics, Emergent Church folk, Evangelicals who are adopting it as fervently as the more typical adherents of this discipline have done for centuries among mystics, New Spirituality seekers and Sufis as a tool for things ranging from a system to distinguish personality types and traits, to a means of obtaining spiritual transformation.
To get a basic idea of what this is, I quote from GOT QUESTIONS (Note: I provide a disclaimer here on this article regarding the potentially benign usefulness of the Enneagram as a method “to identify personality types”):

A QUESTION ABOUT The ENNEAGRAM

Question: "Does the Enneagram of Personality contradict the Bible?" To read the entire article, go here

“Answer: What is known as the “Enneagram of Personality” or the “Traditional Enneagram” is a complex system of understanding individuals that touts itself as the most dynamic and open of the various typologies and also offers itself as a path to liberation or self-actualization.
“The Enneagram is a geometric symbol containing nine points and nine (or more) intersecting lines (the Greek word for “nine”: ennea). The symbol dates back to Pythagoras and was introduced to the West by George Gurdjieff in the 1900s.

“In the 1960s, Oscar Ichazo linked the symbol with nine different personality types. Ichazo taught a system of 108 Enneagrams, but the ones that caught on in the United States were those of the Passions, the Virtues, the Fixations, and the Holy Ideas. Ichazo’s aim was to explain the difference between Essence and personality (or ego). He believed every person is, in his Essence, perfect and in unity within himself as well as with the cosmos (emphasis mine). However, the Essence is distorted into the ego. Ichazo saw the Ennegram as a way to examine how that distortion occurs.

“There are a variety of modern theories regarding the Enneagram. The current Enneagram of Personality comes from Claudio Naranjo’s expansion of Ichazo’s work with later expansions made by Don Riso and Russ Hudson. The idea of nine personality types is based on the concept of the nine divine forms (Plato and, later, Plotinus), the seven deadly sins, and Kabbalah traditions. Ichazo was influenced by many religious and philosophical traditions including mystical Judaism (Kabbalah), Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Taoism, and Greek philosophy. Thus, the Enneagram of Personality is a synthesis of many different ideas (emphasis mine).

“According to the Enneagram Institute, the Enneagram can help people restore balance to their “personality structure” and develop more desirable spiritual and psychological qualities. Believers in the Enneagram seek to unravel the mystery of their “true identity.” They see themselves as spiritual beings who have lost contact with their true nature. Once they discover their “true self”—by means of the Enneagram—they experience a spiritual awakening (again, emphasis mine) full of freedom and joy.

“There is an obvious spiritual danger associated with the Enneagram of Personality. When viewed as a religion unto itself or a means by which to achieve some sort of spiritual liberation, the Enneagram obviously contradicts the Bible. It “has a form of godliness but den[ies] its power” (2 TIM 3:5). The Enneagram Institute is correct that we are spiritual beings and we are not living as we were meant to. But the solution is not to get in touch with our “true nature”; it is to cry out to God for salvation. We are sinners in need of God’s forgiveness (ROM 3:23; 6:23), which is made available by His grace through faith in Jesus (EPH 2:8–9). Those who are dead in sin (EPH 2:1) cannot achieve a spiritual awakening on their own; they must receive the life of Christ—regardless of their personality type. In Christ we are born again and made new (2 COR 5:17). It is through His power at work in us that we become righteous (PHIL 1:6; 2 COR 3:18). Our lives are meant to be lived for His glory.

“…the Enneagram of Personality includes nine types of personality. These include (1) The Reformer, (2) The Helper, (3) The Achiever, (4) The Individualist, (5) The Investigator, (6) The Loyalist, (7) The Enthusiast, (8) The Challenger, and (9) The Peacemaker. Each personality type also has at least one “wing.” The wings are the numbers on either side of the basic type; for example, a type 2 (Helper) would have either a type 1 or type 3 wing, which modifies the way in which the dominant personality is expressed. Each type also has a range of functionality, with three levels considered healthy, three considered average, and three considered unhealthy.

“Adding to the complexity, each personality type on the Enneagram is also compared to two other types in terms of integration (security or growth) or disintegration (stress). When under stress, a particular type will often behave as someone in an unhealthy range of a different type would act out. For example, according to the Enneagram, a type 2 under stress will act as an unhealthy type 8. But a type 2 moving in the direction of growth will act more like a healthy type 4.

“Personality types on the Enneagram are also grouped into “Centers.” Each Center is formed of three types that share common strengths and weaknesses. The nine types are divided into the Instinctive Center, the Emotional Center, and the Thinking Center. Each center is further characterized by a dominant emotion: anger, shame, and fear. The mapped-out distinctions are meant to demonstrate a dominant way of being, not the only way of being.

“As can be seen, the Enneagram of Personality allows for much variation in expression of personality. The system discusses both positives and negatives of each personality type. When the Enneagram becomes a method of spiritual or psychic awakening and distracts people from the truth of Scripture, it is wrong. But, seen as a map of God-given personalities, the Enneagram can be helpful in understanding humanity and perhaps gaining insight into the complex and unique way in which God has created us.”
For an even more detailed explanation of how this system works, check out this article from the Enneagram Institute.

An ACTUAL and PRESENT PERIL

This sounds relatively harmless thus far, right? Yet remember our LORD’s admonition – that if the tree is corrupt, so will the fruit be! So, let’s take a look at the tree that bore this fruit by examining the historical origins of the Enneagram.

From the above link we read the following statements:

“One of the most profound ways of understanding the Levels is as a measure of our capacity to be present…By contrast, the movement toward health, up the Levels, is simultaneous with being more present and awake in our minds, hearts, and bodies. As we become more present, we become less fixated in the defensive structures of our personality and are more attuned and open to ourselves and our environment…As we become more present, we see our personality traits more objectively and the Levels become a continuous guide to self-observation…”

This idea of being “present” seems kindred to the practice of ‘mindfulness’, a discipline founded in a form of Buddhist meditation known as Vipassana. Certainly, the dichotomy between Christianity (which teaches the existence of a personal GOD) and Buddhism (that teaches there is no personal GOD, but that rather man himself is the center of reality) couldn’t be further apart.

The goal in employing the use of the Enneagram is self-discovery as well as self-actualization. Where do we find this term used, self-actualization, but in the Humanist-hallowed halls of psychology, which has fairly well inundated the church as a legitimate means of counseling Christians and their problems. Yet another system that is not only not needed in the church, but every bit as harmful to the biblical Christian as the Enneagram! 
And where did Psychology’s guru, Abraham Maslow get his term from? From the Hindu (and other Eastern) belief system of self-realization [of one’s own godhood]! 

If we as humans seek for our ‘true inner-self’ we will become intensely distraught at what we find – far from being the good, noble creatures that we con ourselves into believing, we would find the very opposite, according to our Maker (Who in fact DID create us as good and noble, having created us in His image, but subsequently humanity rebelled when given the opportunity and fell into sin; GEN 3:1-19) Who had the following to say concerning the human heart:

MATTHEW 15:18-20
18 But those things which proceed out of the mouth come forth from the heart; and they defile the man
. 19 For out of the heart proceed evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false witness, blasphemies: 20 These are the things which defile a man: but to eat with unwashen hands defileth not a man
.

The ROOTS And BAD FRUIT Of THIS CORRUPT TREE

What we will find is a veritable, esoterical, ecumenical smorgasbord of religious thought and philosophy in the birthing of this baby, which is no less diabolical than Rosemary’s!
Ø  From a practitioner and teacher, who calls himself Subhuti, of the Enneagram we have the following article, The Enneagram Wars and some quotes that are most revealing:

“Gurdjieff [a seeker of esoteric truth] had visited many Sufi schools [mystics of the Islamic religion] as a young man – documented in his book Meetings with Remarkable Men – so it was assumed he’d learned the symbol (the enneagram) from them. Now it seems more likely that it was taught to him, as a boy, by his tutors, who were esoterically-inclined monks, belonging to the Greek Orthodox tradition of the Christian faith.

“At this point, we find ourselves in historical regression, because the next question is: where did these monks get the symbol? They seemed to have inherited it from a group of early Christian mystics, living in Egypt, called the ‘Desert Fathers’, who may, or may not, have linked the Enneagram symbol to the so-called Seven Deadly Sins, adding two more for good measure, making nine in all: anger, pride, deceit, envy, avarice, fear, gluttony, lust and sloth.”
The Desert Fathers were those who developed a system of meditation, borrowed heavily from the Eastern religions, and came to be known contemporaneously as contemplative prayer/spirituality, or the Spiritual Formation movement.

I would recommend any of Ray Yungen’s
 books that go into details of this esoteric practice that leads any who delve in its depths, into a pantheistic, ecumenical, synergistic belief system that will indeed become the ‘Global Glue Of A Unified Spirituality’ in these last days, establishing a one world religion that will ultimately come to overtly worship Lucifer! 

PART TWO:


Some more from The Enneagram Wars:

“This, however, is not the beginning of the story. The Desert Fathers, being mostly Greeks, may have picked up the symbol from the teachings of Ancient Greeks like Pythagoras, Plato and Plotinus. However, even if all this is true, Oscar Ichazo denied that he got the Enneagram symbol from Gurdjieff, so there was no clear line of continuity.”

“Oscar had undertaken a dangerous solo pilgrimage through remote areas of the Hindu Kush Mountains, in Northern Pakistan and Afghanistan, meeting with secret Sufi schools and receiving their sacred knowledge.

“Actually, the truth was more mundane: he got it from his uncle’s library. In a 1996 magazine interview, Ichazo explained that when he was 12-13 years old, he inherited an esoteric library from his uncle Julio, who was a philosopher.
“Since he’d been having frightening, out-of-body experiences from the age of six, Ichazo hungrily devoured these books, hoping to find reassuring answers for his paranormal states. He came across the Enneagram symbol while studying an ancient text from the Chaldean civilization . . .

“For example, the Chaldean system of numerology [Numerology is a form of divination, a practice forbidden in the Bible; DEUT 18:10] is considered to be more accurate, with more mystical depth, than Pythagorean numerology. So, it makes sense that an intrinsically mathematical symbol like the Enneagram would be embraced as part of their metaphysics . . .
“Oscar Ichazo, studying in his library, also found evidence of the symbol in the teachings of certain Sufi schools and in the more recent Theosophical movement. By the age of 18, Ichazo had joined a group of Theosophists in Buenos Aires who discussed all kinds of esoteric issues, including Gurdjieff’s secret sources and the meaning of the Enneagram symbol. Ichazo soaked up all this information like a sponge and by his mid-twenties possessed a vast store of knowledge.”

The Theosophical Society - - are we beginning to detect some seriously rotten apples yet?! This occult Society founded in part by Madame Helena Blavatsky (who discreetly informed her closest disciples that its purpose is to “prepare the world for the Coming World Teacher” (aka the anti-Christ) is not only still in existence today but is the foundational bedrock of the spirituality embraced by the UN and other globalist organizations. It was one of Blavatsky’s successors, Alice Bailey that coined the phrase “New Age” and promoted its practice; we certainly know all about that movement and how like a Trojan Horse, infiltrated the denominational churches in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. And continues its insidious infiltration into churches today!

NEVER MIND ‘NO MIND’ – THERE IS ONE GOD, and YOU ARE NOT HIM!

More from The Enneagram Wars:

“As a culmination, the placing of nine ego types on the Enneagram symbol seems to have come to Ichazo through personal revelation. In other words, he channelled it, (The Bible refers to ‘channelling’ as “Soothsayers” and those who “peep” MICAH 5:12; LEV 19:31; ISAIAH 8:19) attributing his illumination to a couple of disembodied entities (familiar spirits): the Archangel Metatron, and a Sufi entity, the Green Qutub.”

From that point on, it was a race to see who, among these practitioners, could get their work published first – and it ended up being a Jesuit priest:

“Meanwhile, a Jesuit student called Don Riso had beaten everyone in the race to the bookstores. He’d read Bob Oakes’ notes from Naranjo and promptly wrote his own book, titled Personality Types: Using the Enneagram for Self-Discovery.”
The article nears its conclusion with this statement concerning one of the earliest teachers of the system:

“Osho was giving us a vision of spirituality that went beyond anything devised by Ichazo: a vision that began in meditation and ended in No Mind. In other words, one can study everything that Ichazo, Naranjo, Almaas, Faisal and Palmer have to offer in the way of psychological, philosophical and spiritual concepts, and still come up short.

“Why? Because, as Osho explained many times in his discourses, the ultimate spiritual experience lies beyond anything the mind can conceive. It is beyond the realm of thinking. It is beyond the realm of self. It is an experience of silence, emptiness, infinite space.”

As any practitioner of the occult will tell you, the ascension from (the lower) self to the Higher or True self is achieved initially by apprehending the state of No Mind, where one loses one’s ego and is engulfed by the all – what the Hindus refer to as Brahman; where one realizes that they are part of all and that all is One (Monism). This is further demonstrated by the occult axiom As Above, So Below

We can see the foundational roots of this system is rife with occult and esoteric beliefs and practices – there is nothing Christian about it, contrary to what Richard Rohr, a Roman Catholic priest declares – an avid promoter and teacher of the Enneagram (we’ll look into this man’s teachings in a bit).

‘CHRISTIAN’ ENDORSEMENT OF ENNEAGRAM (ALICE BAILEY WOULD BE PROUD!)

But no biblical Christian or organization would promote this, would they?
What about Inter-Varsity Press?
From a Christianity Today article: 


“In the first Enneagram resource from an evangelical publisher, InterVarsity Press’s new release The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery, coauthor Ian Morgan Cron calls new Enneagram fans “number thumpers.” They “run around typing people and pets, hacking off family members, and alienating people who have no idea what they’re jabbering about,” he writes.

“The Enneagram is not a spiritual tool, per se [oh really??], but it is increasingly being used as one in church classes and faith-based counseling settings. Its origins are obscure [not so much!]. We do know that it was introduced in the West in the 1970s by Chilean psychiatrists, then adopted by Jesuit priests and popularized in 1992 by Franciscan spiritual director Richard Rohr’s Discovering the Enneagram: An Ancient Tool for a New Spiritual Journey.

“My description thus far probably doesn’t give evangelicals warm feelings. Indeed, some connect the Enneagram’s roots to Sufism (Islamic mysticism [yes sir!]), while others see in the Enneagram a Gnosticism that encourages users to find their “hidden true self . . . [right again, that it does!]”.

Would it surprise you that the flagship magazine of the Emergent Church Movement gushes with warm enthusiasm for this practice? Me, neither:
From Relevant Magazine we have the article, What All Christians Need to Know About the Enneagram (quotes below taken from this):

“In his new book, The Sacred Enneagram: Finding Your Unique Path to Spiritual Growth, author Chris Heuertz argues that the enneagram is far more than a personality test. It’s a way in which Christians can grow closer to God.”
Yes, but which God? The Hindu God? The mystical God (Allah) of the Sufi’s? The New Age God?

“I understand the enneagram personality . . . what we’re doing with the enneagram now, [is] sort of displaying our ego set of coping addictions that we’ve wrapped up around a childhood wound . . . so we don’t have to face the pain and tell ourselves the truth about who we really are.”

Why can’t we let GOD tell us who we really are? Through the mirror that doesn’t lie or distort, the Word of GOD (JAMES 1:22-25)?
“So what the enneagram does is it exposes our personality as a mask and invites us to take this mask off and really excavate our essence to figure out who we really are (sinners?), what our true self is (wicked and depraved?), how our essential nature really needs to come forward, so we can be the gift we were born to be.” Are we gifts through our own (hidden) virtues and ‘true self’?

GOD’S EXPOSE ON SELF and OUR WAY BACK TO HIM – NOT AN OCCULT TOOL!

Again, the Word of GOD is able to expose us and show us who we really are, and since it is inerrant, we can’t go wrong with GOD’s diagnosis (HEB 4:12); whereas this Enneagram requires that we do the interpreting, we who are imperfect people with limited knowledge and insight.

“Essentially, the enneagram I’m suggesting in the book is that our enneagram type isn’t fundamentally about the type of person we are, but it’s more of a pathway back to God, a path back to our true selves (Strange how he can say “God” and “true self” in the same breath – coincidence? And what about “a pathway back to God”?) And later he says “. . . when we can discover what our unique path back to God is, there’s something deeply sacred, very simple, but still deeply sacred in that.” Has he never read JOHN 14:6?). What I do in the sacred enneagram is help folks come to terms with one of the nine types where they are dominant and essentially try to suggest that there are nine different ways to pray.”
There is a lesson on how we are to pray, and its instruction that we receive from none other than GOD made flesh, the LORD Jesus Christ Himself – found in MATT 6:9-13!

“In all the great spiritual traditions and all the great wisdom schools, part of the journey of becoming more human is often totemed against this notion of sort of waking up and coming out of these illusions.”

“Great spiritual traditions”? “great wisdom schools”? “coming out of these illusions”? These phrases capture the very essence of what Gnosticism is, not Christianity! If you don’t believe me, take it from a New Ager who ‘knows’
“. . . if you take a Jungian dream analysis overlay to the Wizard of Oz and in Jungian dream analysis they say everybody who shows up in your dream is actually part of your collective consciousness. . . ”

Oh, Carl Jung? The occultist who routinely spoke to disembodied spirits of famous, long dead folk? Whose personal familiar spirit went by the name of Philemon? That Carl Jung? 
“I think that for folks who grew up in historic, Christian faith traditions there’s a series of ways that we have been offered to help us in our faith journeys. So, we have various ways of praying, various ways of worshiping, various ways of doing Bible study. And all of these things are helpful exercises for our soul, but . . .”

Uh-oh, here it comes . . . 

 “…at a certain point in all of our Christian experience the way that we nurture our spirituality will no longer work. It’ll feel worn out, it’ll feel used up, it’ll feel really thin.”

My Bible tells me that any who believe on Christ . . .

JOHN 7:38
He that believes on me, as the scripture has said, out of his heart shall flow rivers of living water
.

My Bible assures me concerning the LORD’s care of me will bring a flourish of spiritual vitality:

ISAIAH 58:11
And the Lord shall guide thee continually, and satisfy thy soul in drought, and make fat thy bones: and thou shalt be like a watered garden, and like a spring of water, whose waters fail not
.

This newness and vitality of life is promised to all who die to self – not contemplate self, study self, glorify self (as “gifts” in our own right), but die to self so that Christ’s life is manifest in us:

ROMANS 6:3-4
Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into his death? Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life
.

Examination of the fruit of the Spirit (GAL 5:22-24) fruit born of the seed, which is the Word of GOD, the Holy Scriptures and vitalized by the Spirit of GOD in every born again believer) reveals that the life of a saint is not “worn out, used up, feels thin”!
“. . . when we hit those walls, when the old ways no longer energize us, excite us, we’re actually at sort of a crossroads.”

Indeed, perhaps he should consider the cross, rather than the crossroad, where he can die to self, and all that self entails, a life that is worn out, used up, feels thin.
Chris Heuertz, author of this book, practically convicts himself as being a non-Christian for all his words and beliefs that are entirely contrary to the counsel of Scripture; paragraph after paragraph he speaks of things that exalt other belief-systems, but never biblical Christianity.

HERESIES FROM HEUERTZ And ROHR UNRELENTING. . .

He ends this interview saying this,

“So, solitude, silence and stillness, these contemplative prayer postures, become the corrections to what’s out of control in our lives. Because for different reasons, for nine different reasons, the things that tether us to our addictions keep us from God. But solitude, silence and stillness help loosen the grasp that those addictions hold over us.”

Contemplative prayer – that form of discipline that is neither contemplative, nor is it prayer, but a methodology to achieve an altered state of consciousness whereby one is susceptible to outside influences, excepting that which is the Holy Spirit (but we cannot discount demonic spirits certainly)! Again, Ray Yungen’s collective works on New Age and contemplative spirituality is must reading to expose the diabolical nature of this practice – it is no less dangerous than indulging in the Enneagram.

To borrow the title of Chris Heuertz’s book: What All Christians Need to Know About the Enneagram . . . is that it’s thoroughly unbiblical, founded upon occult and esoteric principles, and can do nothing whatsoever for the child of GOD’s spiritual welfare!

Lastly, I’d like to take a look at this Roman Catholic priest, Richard Rohr. . . 

“a globally recognized ecumenical teacher bearing witness to the universal awakening within Christian mysticism and the Perennial Tradition. He is a Franciscan priest of the New Mexico Province and founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation (CAC) in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Fr. Richard’s teaching is grounded in the Franciscan alternative orthodoxy—practices of contemplation and self-emptying”

You can read his full profile here.

Let me say that Richard Rohr has done for the enneagram what Thomas Merton has done for contemplative spirituality.

Some videos featuring Richard Rohr:



Rohr claims that the person of ‘Christ’ – as in the “Christ-consciousness” – the universal spirit that we all possess as we are part of ‘the Divine’ is different than the Jesus in Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark and Luke). He claims that the 'cosmic Christ' expressed in John's Gospel was Jesus for a time, but now they are separated once again.

However, Christ is mentioned the following times in these Gospel accounts:

Matthew (18); Mark (9); Luke (13); John (20). Suffice it to say that, contrary to Rohr’s false claims, every Gospel account refers to Jesus as the Christ. Let’s be clear about this: the title of Christ is the Greek rendition for ‘the anointed One’ in the Hebrew which itself is a reference to the Messiah, the King of Israel, which is not a ‘universal’ persona indwelling all living human beings, but a specific title for the specific person of the One Who fulfilled over 300 Messianic prophecies of the Old Testament Scriptures that foretold His coming; no one else can even come close to this claim! 


The Messiah’s (Christ’s) lineage is that of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the tribe of Judah, the House of David and his descendants Joseph (Jesus’s step-father) and Mary, His mother. The Christ is not a universal spirit that ‘anoints’ all people of all tribes as some sort of ‘collective Christ-consciousness: this is New Age dogma that I honestly don’t find surprising coming out of the mouth of a Roman Catholic priest.

One former New Age Spiritualist is Steven Bancarz, who for a time operated his own occult website, but now has a new website exposing the New Age (as the old lie that it is!). Check out his site, Reasons For Jesus, here

Read about Steven’s testimony on The Christian Post here.
See Steven’s video on:


The Dangers of Yoga




Notice his (Rohr's) favorable remarks on Hinduism as well as the “unlearning” practice as found in contemplative [prayer]. In the following video you can see Richard Rohr teaching the first in a series of sessions on the Enneagram: see how many unbiblical ideas and assertions you can find in this presentation.

Here is a 10 minute expose of the Enneagram with Marcia Montenegro, Jeff Durbin,  Christian apologists; Warren Smith, former New Ager and Christian author, and the aforementioned Steven Bancarz, and others like John MacArthur and John Piper that refute this practice and give the WORD its proper place as all sufficient for our spiritual needs.



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